Statement from Supervisor Mar on Mayor Breed’s admission of accepting unreported gifts from Mohammed Nuru
The celebration will be held at Jefferson Elementary School on Saturday, Feb. 22, 10 a.m. – noon. Parking will be available in the schoolyard, entrance on 18th Avenue.
Wong attended Herbert Hoover Middle School and graduated from Abraham Lincoln High School in 2005. Thanks to City College of San Francisco classes he took as a teenager, Wong was able to graduate from University of California, San Diego (UCSD) at age 19 in 2007.
From taking important steps forward on the biggest challenges facing our City to making targeted investments in priorities in our neighborhood, we’re proud of the progress we made in 2019 and excited to get working in 2020.
Using $150,000 of his discretionary budget, SF Supervisor Gordon Mar introduced City College Sunset in November, an offering of six courses that will serve seniors, high school students, early childhood educators and English language learners.
On Dec. 17, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors and The San Francisco County Transportation Authority both passed resolutions opposing Senate Bill 50 unless amended.
We have some big news to share; we are bringing City College classes to the Sunset!
We campaigned on this idea last year, held a town hall to get your ideas on classes and are so proud to announce the launch of City College Sunset for the Spring 2020 semester.
Supervisor Gordon Mar directed the city attorney to draft an expansion of the Public Education Enrichment Fund to cover essential community-serving City College programs and classes.
In a first of its kind for the Sunset District, the residents of a building on Taraval Street will not be facing eviction thanks to a citywide program for keeping long-term tenants housed in place.
Good news for San Francisco! The Board of Supervisors has just unanimously approved on Nov. 19, a resolution declaring that a “State of Urgency” exists because there is no plan to protect the entire city from fires following a major earthquake.
Supervisor Gordon Mar recently announced the launch of City College Sunset for the Spring 2020 semester, delivering on a key commitment from his campaign for supervisor within his first year in office.
At Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, the Board unanimously adopted Supervisor Gordon Mar’s legislation declaring a State of Urgency to rapidly expand the City’s Emergency Firefighting Water System (EFWS) to protect all neighborhoods in the event of a major earthquake and fire.
At Friday’s Public Safety and Neighborhood Services Committee meeting, Supervisor Gordon Mar’s resolution declaring a State of Urgency to rapidly expand the City’s EFWS to protect all neighborhoods in the event of a major earthquake and fire received unanimous support.
As we head into the holiday season, we’ve made an immense amount of progress on some key priorities for our first year in office and want to share some important updates with you:
At Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, Supervisor Gordon Mar announced a Charter Amendment for the November 2020 ballot to prohibit the Mayor from appointing declared candidates to the office they’re running for within 90 days of their election.